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Christmas / USA #88345

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Dec 25, 1984
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(Studio) Item introduced
REPORTER: Richard Threlkeld

(DC) Christmas in E. described. Scenes shown, include Saint Patrick's Cathedral and poverty in New York City and stacks of income tax forms and a Christmas baby, Christopher Knighton in DC.
REPORTER: Dean Reynolds

(Atlanta, Georgia) Christmas in South described. Scenes shown of Gramercy, LA, bonfires. [Tampa, Florida. ,111 year old black man George JACKSON - speaks of his life.] Orlando, Florida, Disney World parade; football game in Montgomery, Alabama; Wheat Street Baptist Church, Atlanta, Georgia, soup kitchen scenes shown.
REPORTER: Mark Potter

(Los Angeles, California) Scenes shown of skating in Venice, California; sailing at Marina Del Rey; churches aiding the poor and GM-Toyota celebration at Fremont, California.
REPORTER: Andrea Naverson

Naverson, Andrea;
Potter, Mark;
Reynolds, Dean;
Threlkeld, Richard

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